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Hokkien Chinese Noodles Mee Sua with AF Chili Chunka Sambal, 2022 Good Food Award Winner.

Chinese Longevity Noodles: Ah Ma's Mee Sua with AF Chili ...

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Singapore Sibeiho Sambal featured in Nation's Restaurant News. Nasi Lemak with Boomz Sambal

In the News: Nation's Restaurant News

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  • Meaningful Marketplace Podcast Sarah Masoni and Sarah Marshall; Talking about Sibeiho start up journey

    In the News: Meaningful Marketplace Podcast

    We were thrilled to be invited to be on the Meaningful Marketplace podcast, hosted by Sarah Marshall and Sarah Masoni.  We are fans of Sarah Marshall's Haute Sauce. We are also indebted to Sarah Masoni and her team (Thank you Mike!) at Oregon State University Food Innovation Center who helped us to get our Sibeiho Sambals to market and into...

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  • BAK ZHANG 粽子 ADVENTURES

    BAK ZHANG 粽子 ADVENTURES

    One of the earliest memories I have of Ah-Ma was her prepping the kitchen to make Bak Zhang. It was a full 2-3 weeks of prep which started with asking the provision shop uncle for the jerry tin cans used for cooking oil.

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  • AGAK-AGAK - NO RECIPE RECIPE

    AGAK-AGAK - NO RECIPE RECIPE

    Every time we visit Singapore, our childhood home, we realize that many of the foods that we grew up with are disappearing as the older generation retires or leaves us. Specific festive foods that were always homemade are no longer being made as busy modern lives take over or substituted by what’s available commercially.

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  • 中元节 AKA HUNGRY GHOST FESTIVAL

    中元节 AKA HUNGRY GHOST FESTIVAL

    Throughout time, humans have celebrated the dead in different ways. For the Chinese, the seventh month on the Chinese Lunar Calendar is 中元节 aka Hungry Ghost Festival. The Singaporean Chinese can be a Pantang lot (pan-tang is Malay for superstitious). So the Seventh month is filled with dos & don’ts. It’s a bad month for business. The property market usually...

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  • Sibeiho Bun Susi Childhood Revisited

    Sibeiho Bun Susi Childhood Revisited

    Cooking from childhood memories. Read about Pao Susi, a savory mince with Ketumba (aka Coriander).

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  • Happy Lunar New Year! 元宵节快乐!

    Happy Lunar New Year! 元宵节快乐!

    Hotpot delights for the last day of Chinese New Year

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  • Courage Through Kueh

    Courage Through Kueh

    Kueh means so many different types of food in Singapore and covers the spectrum of sweet and savoury. Growing up, we had different Kuehs from Malay, Nonya, Teochew, and Hokkien foods. Kueh can be a breakfast item, a tea time indulgence or a snack on the go between meals. The common denominator of all Kueh things is that it is...

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